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more with "the long sequacious notes" and the "soft,
James Thomson watches a comet travelling across the sky, an event that provokes "Those superstitious horrors that enslave / The fond sequacious herd, to mystic faith / And blind amazement prone" ("Summer," lines 1711-13).
Yet a shapely and marmorcal oeuvre it isn't: fragments abound; so does weak poetry; much of the prose makes Emerson seem a model of sequacious lucidity; and a general dishevelment mars the work as a whole.